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 Post subject: Mixing kittens
PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2007 2:35 pm 
Asian Leopard Cat

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Location: Cheshire England
haven't been able to post for a while been very busy looking after 3 kittens,we had to keep Simba in a seperate bedroom from the other two as when we got him he still wasn't to well, we took him to the vets, and we got the other two kittens vaccinated as they made contact when we first brought them home. we were told the kitten was fine when we got him, and hubby didn't notice that anything was wrong with him when he brought him home. They have been seperated for 12 days now and on wed the vet said he was so much better,she was going to vacinate simba too. But I thought it would be better to wait another week to make sure. so he will get vacinated on wed.The thing is all the kittens are meowing to get out all the time. The vet said a couple of weeks ago that we could let the healthy kittens around the house when the others wern't in the same room.So we have been doing that for a week or so. Feel sorry for simba on his own all the time.we have been playing with him as much as possible, Do you think that we can let simba mix with the other cats or it is still to early,the other kittens had their first part of their vacinations 12 days ago. caroline x


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